Proposed Synopsis on
“Trade Union Movement & its Impact” in context to BHEL, Haridwar
Submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the Degree
Of Master of Business Administration
SUBMITTED BY: SUBMITTED TO: VIPUL AGGARWAL MRS. KHYATI KAPIL MBA 2nd YEAR LECTURER SECTION “O” DEPTT OF MBA
COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING ROORKEE – SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT
(UTTARAKHAND TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY)
It is not a single man’s effort which is sufficient from the accomplishment of a research. Various factors situation and persons integrate to provide the back ground for accomplishment of a task requires the effort of so many people and the work is no different. I am very grateful to Mrs. Khyati Kapil, Lecturer MBA Department COER School of Management to oblige me for an opportunity for prepare a dissertation report and provide me with immense knowledge and valuable experience in the Context of “Trade Union Movement & its Impact” in context of BHEL Haridwar. And at last I am very thankful to my family who gave me moral support to work on this project.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Contents Page No.
1. Objective of the study
5 to 6
3. Relevance 7 4. Literature Review
9 to 15
5. Research Methodology
OBJECTIVES OF STUDY
The objectives of the study on the topic “Trade union & its Impact” are as follows: 1. To know the impact of trade union over the productivity, working man-hours workers welfare, working conditions & compensation in B.H.E.L. Haridwar Plant. 2. To know the viability of Workers Participation of Management (WPM) through trade unionism. 3. To know the importance of trade union in collective bargaining process.
What is Trade Union?
Trade unions are unique organizations whose role is variously interpreted and understood by different interest groups in the society. Traditionally trade unions role has been to protect jobs and real earnings, secure better conditions of work and life and fight against exploitation and arbitrariness to ensure fairness and equity in employment contexts. In the wake of a long history of union movement and accumulated benefits under collective agreements, a plethora of legislations and industrial jurisprudence, growing literacy and awareness among the employees and the spread of a variety of social institutions including consumer and public interest groups the protective role must have undergone, a qualitative change. It can be said that the protective role of trade unions remains in form, but varies in substance. Trade unions:
* negotiate agreements with employers on pay and conditions * discuss major changes to the workplace such as large scale redundancy * discuss their members; concerns with employers
* accompany their members in disciplinary and grievance meetings * provide their members with legal and financial advice
* provide education facilities and certain consumer benefits such as discounted insurance Trade union recognition
Employers which recognize a union will negotiate with it over members' pay and conditions. Many recognition agreements are reached voluntarily, sometimes with the help of the Labour Relations Agency. If agreement can't be reached and the organization employs more than 20 people, a union...
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